Best Hotpot Takeaways in Singapore

Nothing like a hot pot filled to the brim with tasty broth, premium meats and condiments to soothe your nerves during this difficult period.

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Tsukada Nojo (Plaza Singapura)
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For Collagen-Rich Hotpot
You are definitely here for the Bijin Nabe ($25 per pax), which sees vegetables, seafood and chicken cooked in a thick and sweet golden Jitokko chicken broth — a potent eight hour-brew that's extremely high in collagen. Choose to take away chicken ($58), pork ($80) or beef sets ($108) and add on Chicken Nanban ($9.90), Tamagoyaki ($5.50) and Nikumaki ($4.40) sides for a complete meal. Burppler Dex Neo loved the Chicken Nanban, as it” packs a punch with that flavour-packed spicy chunky mayo. Spread generously on crispy, tender chicken, this is one sinful treat that's well worth the calories.”

Beauty in The Pot
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For Supper Cravings
Savour the essence of health and beauty with every steaming pot of soup at Beauty in The Pot. Offering six nourishing soup bases that promise rich flavours coupled with abundant benefits, choose from  4 ($90.65), 6 ($131.85) or 8 ($193.65) person sets for a family supper feast that has a wide assortment of ingredients. Looking to try something new? Try their ready-to-eat Individual Poached Rice Sets (from $19.36) doused in beauty collagen broth for a refreshing taste. Did we mention they're open all the way till 2.15am?

Hai Di Lao
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For A Hotpot Classic
Another formidable player in the scene is this well-loved and familiar hotpot chain where we've all probably spent too much time at. Go for the tangy Tomato soup and Chicken broth to take away. Ingredients-wise, order their hot favourites - Fried Bean Curd Skin ($10), Signature Mashed Shrimpwah ($11.50), Black Pork ($12) and Kurobuta Shabu Shabu Pork ($16). Don’t forget to order hotpot sets that are good for groups, with free Iberico pork for orders over $180!

Jiu Gong Ge Hotpot
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For Seafood Hotpot
This pretty spot at Bugis Cube is popular for its shellfish feasts, so if you love seafood, get your appetite ready. Expect nothing less than a gargantuan tray of clams, crab, lobster, mussels, prawns, scallops and scampi when you opt for their Seafood Platter ($118 for 4 pax, $198 for 6 pax), to be enjoyed in the comfort of home. Also soaked in the addictive mala broth are black fungus, corn, quail egg and instant noodles.

City Hot Pot (One Raffles Place)
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For Value-For-Money Hotpot
Round the fam up and order an affordable and quality hotpot for your next family meal. Choose from a massive selection of soup broths - Tom Yum ($6.99), Bak Ku Teh ($8.99), Si Chuan Spicy Soup ($6.99) and Korean Kimchi Soup ($6.99). Throw in the Signature Wagyu Beef Set ($23), Seafood Set ($37.99) and the Wagyu Chuck Eye Roll Set ($24.99). Don’t forget to check out their National Day Special Super Value Set Meals for greater savings! Burppler Fan Chong loved the Fish Soup broth, saying “fish soup broth was sweet and salted with some salted veggies, tastes very nourishing!”

Tong Xin Ru Yi Traditional Hotpot
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For Unique Soup Bases
When hotpot cravings strike, takeaway the unique slow-cooked soups from Tong Xin Ru Yi, with unique options like Stewed Marinated Beef with Spicy Soup ($48), Golden Frog Soup Pot ($68) and Fish with Pickled Cabbage Soup ($48). Your tastebuds will be satisfied with their hefty selection of fresh ingredients here, from tender Beef Tongue ($22) to community-favourite Premium Eight Second Beef ($24) and chewy Boneless Duck Foot ($14). Burppler Rachelle Ng said “Their Mala Hotpot base is pretty good and well blended with spices. It’s the kind that is 又麻又辣又香. Ingredients were pretty fresh and decently priced for the quality & variety!”